Jim Gill of Hanzo is back with another post on what to expect from compliance archiving solutions! This time, he’s discussing five compliance archiving features that you should expect!
In the article (Compliance Archiving Features for Advanced CMS, linked here), Jim notes how, often, a compliance team may have an archiving solution in place, only to discover their archives aren’t capturing their full dynamic site experience.
Sometimes, they find that their archives haven’t captured anything at all beyond a login screen. Or they discover they’re only archiving a single customer experience when there are dozens of possible experiences that are being missed. Some legacy archiving tools require multiple logins or preliminary steps—the very type of effort that an advanced CMS promises to relieve.
That’s why your archiving tool should be on par with your website experience: there should be no compromise between website innovation and regulatory compliance.
With that in mind, Jim discusses five compliance archiving features that you should expect. Here’s one of them:
Captures Functional Dynamic Content
By using dynamic capture technology, you can create operational website archives that demonstrate precisely what customers experienced on the live site at the time of capture. This includes all dynamic content, from videos and audio to rotating carousels to interactive content, such as hover-over capabilities and fillable forms.
This produces a major competitive advantage over static captures relying on PDF or image files, especially when it comes to proving compliance. Additionally, when coupled with advanced search and alert features, compliance verification becomes straightforward and defensible.
So, what are the other four of five compliance archiving features that you should expect? You’ll have to read his blog post here to find out! It’s just one more click! 🙂
So, what do you think? What compliance archiving challenges is your organization experiencing? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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